Make Stuffed French Toast in the Waffle Iron and Skip the Griddle
I thought it was going to be a messy cleanup and I was proven wrong. The wet bread cooked up brown and tasty. I layered some cooked bacon and slices of cheddar cheese on top of one slice and placed the second slice, closed the lid and in a short time, the cheese was melted.
Pressing my luck, I also made regular french toast, grilled cheese, and toasted sandwich with filling. Of all that I tried, the grilled cheese was the least favorite, but that's because it takes a lot of butter and I don't want all that cholesterol.
I've used the waffle iron to make chocolate waffles and regular waffles. When I have the patience, I make about a dozen waffles, cool them on racks, and once cool, sandwich them between waxed paper or parchment paper and freeze them. They taste better than frozen factory made store bought waffles; I know what the ingredients are; and I adjust the flavors to suit. Bon appetit!
Have you tried something like this, too? What's your favorite waffle combo?